Dreamer! today, we will show you step-by-step the instructions for making your own seed heat bag! So check out this DIY project and try it!
If your back and shoulders ache from spending long hours in front of the sewing machine or computer…
This step-by-step sewing project surely will save you!
First let’s to know the materials you will use in this DIY projects!
- Cloth fabric 40 x 40 cm
- Schmetz 90 gauge universal needle
- Basic sewing equipment
- Wonder clips or pins.
- Fabric marker
- Wheat, linseed, or lentil seeds (approx. 750g)
- Optional: Chamomile, cinnamon, or lavender tea bags.
Measure and mark a 40×40 cm square on the fabric.
And cut out the fabric.
Fold the canvas in half, facing the right side of the fabric.
Fix the top of the fabric with clips or pins.
Mark the stitching line 1cm from the edge of the short sides of the rectangle.
Sew along the line with a straight stitch.
- Topstitch at the beginning and the end
Open the seams with an iron and cut the corners.
- Turn the piece right side out and iron to flatten the seams.
One side will be open; mark 1cm over the edge.
- Fold inwards, iron, and fix with the clips.
Divide the rectangle into 3 equal parts and mark the lines.
Stitch each of the divisions with a straight stitch, and topstitch at the beginning and end of each seam.
Half-fill each section with the seeds of your choice and the contents of a tea bag.
- 250 grams for each section.
Now place clips to help close the bag’s opening.
Sew with a straight stitch 3mm from the edge.
Avoid stressing your machine; hold the bag with one hand and guide the fabric with the other.
Adding the tea is optional, but it will help to give a pleasant fragrance every time you heat the bag.
To use it, just heat it in the microwave for a couple of minutes, ensuring it’s hot to the skin (without burning it).
Now you can place it directly on the area you want.
The seeds will help to keep the heat concentrated for longer.
Please try this seed heat bag project and use it whenever you feel pain! It will help you so much!
We invite you to check our Sewing Projects category for more DIY step-by-step like this!
We hope this post has liked you! See you at the next one! Bye for now.